The Panamanian Association of Business Executives (APEDE) launched CADE 2011 on Wednesday November 24, which is the annual conference that has been organized for 45 years and brings together executives and entrepreneurs from around the country and the region to discuss and find solutions to the challenges Panama faces.
Mr. Francisco De Ycaza president of APEDE in his speech, said that the APEDE is concerned about the problems being experienced in security, which the association believes must be addressed urgently and that require an immediate solution, because it endangers the booming economy and huge investments taking place in Panama.
He said that is why APEDE chose for the event the theme: Public Safety, Peace for Development.
Moravia Guerrero, president of the Organizing Committee noted that CADE 2011 will address important themes such as public safety policies, economics and crime, a culture of peace and human development, justice and institutions, and organized crime.
CADE 2011 will be held from April 5 to 7 at the Sheraton Hotel.
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